Jeans, S.S. The British iron and steel industries, their conditions and outlook.- Jones, Daniel. Midland iron and steel wages Board.- Helm, Elijah. British cotton industry.- Hooper, Frederick. Woollen and worsted.- Patterson, (Sir) R.L. British linen and flax industry.- Grinling, C.H. British railways as business enterprises.- Ginsburg, B.W. British shipping and its present position.- Macrosty, H.W. Trust movement in Great Britain Topic: England -- Commerce and industries
Jottings in France and Switzerland. Jottings in Auvergne. Peasant proprietors in Brittany, etc. from French sources. Jottings in Germany. Paris during the exhibition. Peasant properties, allotments, "Little takes", and cottier owners
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byConference on Christian Politics, Economics and Citizenship
Vol. 1. - The nature of God and His purpose for the world.- Vol. 2. - Education.- Vol. 3. - The home.- Vol. 4. - The relation of the sexes.- Vol. 5. - Leisure.- Vol. 6. - The treatment of crime.- Vol. 7. - International relations.- Vol. 8. - Christianity and War.- Vol. 9. - Industry and property.- Vol. 10. - Politics and citizenship.- Vol. 11. - The social function of the Church.- Vol. 12. - Historical illustrations of the social effects of Christianity Topic: Sociology, Christian